District 201Q2 Lions Miss Popularity Quest
Kaydee Chatfield - 2017 Miss Popularity Entrant - Yungaburra Lioness Club
We all know that person that is good at absolutely everything.... right? Well, I am not that person but I am the first one with my hand in the air to give it a go! My name is Kaydee Chatfield and I am a 22 year old local from the beautiful Atherton Tablelands. Currently I am working at the local Foodworks as a grocery manager. I don't take life too seriously, so I like to approach things with a smile on my face. All jokes aside, I am very enthusiastic and dedicated to my sports and my golden retriever, Macey. You'll often find me behind a boat on the dam, running around the touch football field, competing in local triathlon events or at the gym. Time is something I don't have a lot of at the end of each day, but I'll always be willing to lend a hand with fundraising or searching for a new challenge. I love people, I love hearing about their experiences and I love feeling apart of the community. This year I am honoured to be representing the Yungaburra Lioness Club and I am thankful to be involved in the 2017 Miss Popularity Quest, raising funds for a great cause.
Sarah Taylor - 2017 Miss Popularity Quest Entrant - Bowen Lions Club
Read about Sarah and her achievements: Sarah Taylor - Curriculum Vitae
Victoria Lancini (2016 winner of Miss Popularity) won the Lions Medical Research Personality Quest in June in Brisbane. With Victoria is the LMRF Chairman PDG Aussie Lanphier for Q2.
The District 201Q2 Lions Miss Popularity Quest has been a major fundraiser of the Lions family since its commencement in 1989. It is estimated that since its inception, the Quest has raised funds that have benefited many worthy charities in North Queensland
201Q2 2015 Miss Popularity Ruth Corbin - Twin Cities Leos & Miss Charity Alicia Knowles - Mirani Sugar Valley Lions
Introduction to the Quest
The District 201Q2 Lions Miss Popularity Quest has been a major fundraiser of the Lions family since its commencement in 1989. It is estimated that since its inception, the Quest has raised approximately $2,000,000 – monies that have benefited many worthy charities in North Queensland. Why should Lions become part of the Quest? Many reasons! Increasing public awareness of Lions within your local community; monies raised go back to assist with supporting local charities; a chance for new members with a number of past Entrants or their family members joining their sponsoring Club after participating in the Quest; Build friendships and promote teamwork – between Lions, Leos, Lioness and partners.
201Q2 2015 Miss Popularity Winner Leo/Lion Ruth Corbin, Miss Popularity Entrant Leo Brooke Marriner, 2016 Miss Popularity & Miss Charity Winner Lion Vicotria Lancini & 2016-17 District Governor Brian Hewett at the Ingham Convention.
What will your Entrant gain from entering the Quest?
Entrants joining the Quest will gain confidence, meet lots of new people, assist their local community, fundraise for charities chosen in conjunction with their sponsoring Club and have a chance to be awarded some great prizes. It’s also a great addition to their curriculum vitae/resume.
How does your Club enter the Quest?
Find a willing Entrant within your local Lions family or the wider community and enjoy being part of a great Quest and a great asset to this Lions District, or contact District Chairman PDG Dianne Pyers M: 0428 580 081 E: email@example.com
2016 201Q2 Miss Popularity & Miss Charity Winner - Lion Victoria Lancini (Ingham Lions Club)
Mission: The Lions Medical Research Personality Quest is committed to the Lions Medical Research Foundation in raising funds for medical research to improve the quality of life for present and future generations.
- To raise funding for medical research
- To raise the profile of Lions Medical
- Research within Lions and the broader community
- To attract new members to Lions from entrants and their families and friends
- To represent Lions Clubs and the Lions Medical Research Foundation in a professional and ethical manner
- To recognise the entrants, their sponsoring Clubs and communities
The Lions Medical Research Personality Quest (formerly the Lions Miss Personality Quest) has been in existence since 1966 as a Lions Project to involve women in the activities of the Lions Medical Research Foundation by raising funds for research.
More information can be obtained from the Foundation Website.